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John Rylands Research Institute Visiting Early Career Research Fellowships

Visiting Early Career Research Fellowships are an opportunity for applicants currently completing, or within two years of the award of their doctorate, to work on an application for an externally funded postdoctoral fellowship (for example, from the British Academy, Leverhulme Trust or Wellcome Trust) to conduct a future research project using The University of Manchester Library’s Special Collections.

26th October 2016

'Language, Form and Emotion'

Postgraduate researchers and academic staff are welcome to submit papers and/ or creative practice work. We would love to discover how form, emotion and language is understood, treated, or functions within your area of expertise and how this interlinks with either an area within media, literature, creative Arts specialisms, or the performance based industries.

24th October 2016

After the Bonfire: Reconciliation Post Conflict

The conference aims to look at diverse examples of reconciliation across the world and across different disciplines of health, politics, arts and journalism. The conference will include keynote speakers as well as interactive workshops exploring themes of policy and justice as well as real life examples of reconciliation in action, presented through different interactive workshops.

18th October 2016

Postdoctoral Research Fellow position available - How Institutions Think (HIT)

Many of you with an interest in research inspired by Mary Douglas’s writings may be interested to know of a job opportunity for a postdoctoral researcher at the Oxford University. The post is for someone to work on a collaborative, cross-disciplinary project exploring arguments derived from Douglas’s 1986 monograph, “How institutions think”.

14th October 2016

Migrating Texts: Multilingualism in Subtitling, Translation and Adaptation

We are delighted to announce that Migrating Texts will return on Friday 11 November 2016, with a day of workshops on multilingualism in subtitling, translation and adaptation, generously supported by the European Commission in the UK, by the AHRC funded London Arts & Humanities Partnership LAHP (King’s College London, School of Advanced Study, University College London) and by the School of Arts at Birkbeck.

13th October 2016

IMLR Research Training Programme

The programme, comprising a series of Saturday workshops, has been running since 1999 and it is taught by teachers from the Institute and University of London Colleges and other UK universities.

12th October 2016

The Brilliant Club

The Brilliant Club is an award-winning charity that recruits, trains and pays doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to deliver programmes of university-style teaching to small tutorial groups of high-performing pupils in schools that serve disadvantaged communities.

10th October 2016

Refracting Gender in Modern China: New Voices, New Perspectives

As we are entering the new academic year we are sending out a call for papers for a postgraduate  workshop: ‘Refracting Gender in Modern China: New Voices, New Perspectives’ to be held at SOAS, University of London on 17th-19th February 2017.

16th September 2016

New Research in Languages and Cultures of the Near and Middle East at SOAS

The research being conducted by SOAS NME post-graduates is exciting and original, and this conference aims to bring together students working on a wide variety of projects in order to stimulate bigger-picture thinking. The conference will also provide an opportunity for students to gain experience in presenting their research and receiving feedback. Contributions are invited on any aspect of students’ research projects, reflecting, where relevant, on the theme of connectivity.

6th September 2016

CfP - UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence

The Editorial Board is pleased to call for submissions for the first issue of 2017. The Board welcomes papers covering all areas of law and jurisprudence.

1st September 2016

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